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Why the US Should Cooperate With Investigations Into the Hospital Bombing


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Why the US Should Cooperate With Investigations Into the Hospital Bombing

Jonathan Horowitz

On December 12, the United Nations released a “special report” on human rights abuses and international humanitarian law violations that recently occurred in Kunduz, Afghanistan. The report covers the Taliban’s takeover of the city and the government’s retaking of the city, during which time the US bombed a Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) hospital on October 3, 2015.


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See the sign, "No fee charged"? Most un-American.


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This article is nothing but a whitewash of US government culpability. Their invasion and occupation of Afghanistan is a war of aggression, illegal from beginning to end. In fact, the Nuernberg judgement recognized a war of aggression as "the supreme international crime". In law, Bush, Obama, Clinton, and the rest are therefore criminally responsible for ALL the deaths and injuries that have resulted, and continue to result, from their criminal conspiracy.

This article is propaganda cloaked in a pretense of objectivity and impartiality.
Horowitz doesn't even endorse the independent investigation that MSF has repeatedly called for. I'd like to know who exactly are "Open Society Justice Initiative" and who is funding them. (I also wonder why Commondreams is giving them a forum.)